Summer 2010 Online Courses
The courses listed on this page are hyperlinked to the actual UIS schedule. You can follow this link to see useful information like the number of available spaces, course descriptions, and whether or not a waitlist exists.
Realize that this list only includes the course that are most likely options for onlne LIS majors. It does not include courses that some students may wish to consider: graduate level courses, Teacher Preparation, or courses in BUS, MGT, MAT, and CSC that require prerequisites that most LIS majors have not completed. Please use the UIS dynamic schedule to find the options.
Group 1 – open to all students
History Of Economic Thought – 11249 – ECO 408 – A
Prerequisites: ECO 201 and ECO 202, or ECO 315 for non-majors, or equivalent.
Decision Support Systems – 11578 – MIS 423 – B
Prerequisite: MIS 352
ECCE: Work, Family and Community: A U. S. Perspective – 11497 – MGT 444 – A
Online BBA and Online ECO majors have priority to register until 12:00 pm Wednesday, April 14. After that day and time remaining seats will be open for registration to all eligible UIS students.
Applied Ethics:Computer Ethics – 11529 – PHI 442 – A
Prerequisite: PHI 440 Ethics
International Politics of the Middle East – 11742 – PSC 476 – A
Prerequisite: PSC 371 Intro to Comparative Politics
Group 2 – Requires Permission to Enroll
Administrative Uses of Accounting – 10855 – ACC 311 – A
Requires Instructor Approval. Contact the Accountancy Dept. at (217)206-6541 for approval.
All PSY courses require permission. You must follow this procedure to request permission. All classes have PSY 201 Principles of Psychology as a prerequiste.
Group 3 – Restricted to Specific Programs
Plants And Society – 10860 – BIO 305 – A
This courses fulfills a General Education reqirements in Life Science
Media from a Liberal Arts Perspective – 11201 – COM 458 – B
Meets June 7 through July 3. COM 458 A is reserved for COM majors.
LIS 451 Senior Seminar
You must be planning to complete your degree this summer to enroll in LIS 451. If you wish to take the class, contact Andy Egizi, firstname.lastname@example.org.
English – ENG courses are currently limited to online ENG majors but may be open to LIS majors in the future. If you are interested in these classes, email Denise Long, email@example.com to request approval
History – HIS courses are currently limited to online HIS majors but may be open to LIS majors in the future. Contact Amanda Winters for permission firstname.lastname@example.org.
College of Business and Management
T:Introduction to Advertising – 11685 – BUS 430 – B
Prerequisite: BUS 312 Principles of Marketing or equivalent. Online BBA and Online ECO majors have priority to register until 12:00 pm Wednesday, April 14. After that day and time, remaining seats will be open to all eligible UIS students.
Contact the EXL program for details
ECCE: Women and Criminal Justice – 11626 – CRJ 343 – A
ECCE: Women & Criminal Justice – 11627 – WGS 343 – A
Same as WGS 343. CRJ majors and minors have priority for registration until April 30, 2010. After that date, remaining seats will be open to all eligible students. Contact email@example.com for permission to enroll.
ECCE: Race, Class, and Social Justice – 11602 – CRJ 347 – A
CRJ majors and minors have priority for registration until April 30, 2010. After that date, remaining seats will be open to all eligible students. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for permission to enroll.
ECCE: Politics and Religon: Culture Wars – 11621 – ECO 427 – A
ECCE: Politics and Religon: Culture Wars – 11620 – HIS 422 – A
ECCE: Politics and Religon: Culture Wars – 11617 – LES 422 – A
ECCE: Politics and Religon: Culture Wars – 11744 – PSC 422 – A
ECCE: Population and Public Policy – 11600 – ENS 446 – A
ECCE: Population and Public Policy – 11645 – ENS 446 – C
Restricted to undergraduates. For permission to enter contact email@example.com
ECCE: Emerging Diseases – 11659 – MPH 471 – B
The other section gradauate level only
The following groups of courses are approved General Education courses and can be taken to fulfill requirements you might have. Remember that your LIS degree must include 48 junior/senior level hours so, if at all possible, you should look for upper-level General Education courses. If you are considering a 100-200 level course, I would encourage you to enroll in it so that you get a seat, but you should consult with your academic advisor to confirm that you can use it in your degree before the semester begins.
Life Science with a lab
Life Science without lab
Fine Arts Humanity
You must complete placement testing before receiving approval to enroll in math coruses Contact Undergraduate Advising Center for details.